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October 30, 2012

PC runner Mayfield wins second state title


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The Maroons rounded out the top 15 in the team standings, while South-western finished 38th. 
Lady Maroon eighth-grader Alyssa Hyden came home in the fifth position in the middle school girls race with a clocking of 15:25. 
In the varsity boys race (5,000 meters), a pair of Warrior runners cracked the top 50, as sophomores Jordan Carrington finished 43rd and Spencer Brainard came home 47th. Nick Cash and Miguel Rogue, both of Pulaski, finished back-to-back with 96th and 97th place finishes.
In the team standings, Southwestern finished 25th and the Jumpers finished 31st.
Madison Central grab-bed first place from the Lady Maroons in the girls varsity race, as they won 30-108. Both of those squads will battle it out for the first place trophy in the Class AAA Region 7 Championship this Saturday at North Laurel High School.
Lady Maroon senior Paige Ingram was the top local finisher in the race, as she crossed the finish line in the 14th position with a time of 21:35. Sydney New came home 17th, while Peyton Ingram was right behind her in 18th. 
Southwestern freshman Ashley Phelps finished 30th in the race.

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